Business Profile For

Sue Fine

Joined 4/11/2016

Coldwell Banker Seal, Realtor, Real Estate, Broker

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Proving she is a master of change, Sue Fine pulled off a smooth transition from a career in education into the real estate profession as she earned a spot as a licensed broker with Coldwell Banker. The shift was seamless and Sue never skipped a beat. She performed a picture-perfect skills transfer, parlaying her expertise in schooling into real estate proficiency. Having developed an uncanny ability to read people and solve problems they didn’t even know they had, Sue continually impresses her clients by helping them easily clear the many hurdles encountered during the home-buying journey. Sue’s well-honed attention to detail and financial budgeting skills ensure her clients there will be no miscues in the home-buying process. She brings a hard-to-find tenacity to the table as she is relentless in finding ideal solutions for all her clients. This perseverance is a carry-over from her interrelated passion as a marathon runner. Her ability to serve simultaneously as researcher, educator, mentor, coach, advisor and motivator to her customers provides all the support they need to handle this major life-changing event in a stress-free manner.

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Beth Anderson

Beth Anderson

Sue has a grasp on all things Real Estate, not only seeing a person as a potential money maker but actually helping people find "home". I'm glad to know her and call her a friend.

Cory Thomas

Cory Thomas

If you are looking for someone who is honest and genuine to refer people to, Sue is the right person. Never once will your referral feel as if she is "selling them" or trying to take advantage of them. She really understands the importance of keeping her clients in the loop as well. -Cory Thomas